Workshop 29th March 2014


Hi All,

Please comment below or let Christine know if you want to come along.  Space limited to c25 folk max.  Who so far?  Christine, David, Valerie, Alison S, Stevie, Frances, Brian, Sandra, Mitchell

Scratchy Noises CD cover

Scratchy Noises CD cover

What?  Come along and work on some new tunes together breaking them down into phrases.

Where?  Wee Dram, Woodlands Road

When?  29th March 1130-1600

Why?  To get the tunes into the playlist

Who?  Anyone at all who wants to

How?  Someone will lead each tune breaking it into phrases and then we will play the whole tune.  Chord players can sort out chords between them if they want to change any already in the book or arrive with a proposal? Later in the day we will just play tunes so anyone who already knows these tunes or just wants to dive right in without breaking them down welcome to come along later in the day rather than for the start.

Cost?  £1

Tunes will be:

Highland Whisky

Stan Chapman’s Jig

The Queen’s Welcome to Invercauld

Twisted Bridge

They are all in the book….see tunes we play link to right….

Some copies are being made with finger positions for those who want them.

Any questions please ask.


6 Responses to “Workshop 29th March 2014”

  1. Frances Says:

    I’ll be there Valerie. Looking forward to it!

    Two of the tunes I have never played or heard before so when it comes to chords ‘I know nothing’!!!! If someone just hands me a set of chords prepared for the day. that suits me just fine! I’ll go with the flow!

  2. Christine Says:

    That will be good practice then Francis especially as we plan to play these tunes more often. Look forward to seeing you on the day.

  3. Christine Says:

    Stevie going too.

  4. malybain Says:

    Please add my name to your list of possible participants. Thanks.

  5. Sandra Says:

    Could you add my name also but I will need to leave at 1415 as I am going to Max’s gymnastic display. Would that be alright?

  6. Valerie Says:

    Yes that is fine Sandra see you Sat

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